"Please clean up the house."


June 9, 2017



I'm curious if without the を particle the sentence is incorrect?

June 11, 2017


Yes it is Either 家を そうじ しゅて Or 家の そうじ を して Are both acceptable

The を particle can only be used once per sentence

June 13, 2017


Clean up the house, 家 を そうじする。 Do cleaning of the house, 家のそうじ を する。.

June 16, 2017


Is cleaning a noun here?

August 25, 2017


Yes, like "house-cleaning."

April 21, 2018


It didn't require the を when the sentence only read "Please clean up" so is it REALLY required here? I'm reporting anyway, cause I don't think it is.... そうじして sounds pretty normal.

November 1, 2017


Why isn't "ie wo soujishite kudasai" correct?

March 20, 2018


You need to pick the separate tiles for し and て

June 9, 2017


When we read Japanese the words won't be separated by spaces so I think it's reasonable that these words aren't always grouped separately by tile.

June 9, 2017


して is a form of the verb する, not two separate words.

June 17, 2017


This may be an error on the part of the application. I see items like this that do not accept the same word in single tile but accepts n separate tiles. Hope they will fix this soon.

April 11, 2018


i answered my own question about the usage of の here, by using this translation: "the house's cleaning, do it please".

December 18, 2017


The english sentance refers to "cleaning" distinctly, and introduces the house as the target of that action. That seems different then いえのそうじ.

January 23, 2018


I don't understand where the "shita" belongs relative to the other words in this lesson... Everytime I think I have it, it either isn't in the sentence at all, or is in a different place. As an English speaker... Very confusing to me. I like how in the LingoDeer app it explains things like this at the start of a lesson...

March 18, 2018


the english sentence doesn't really imply that "housecleaning" is the noun... quite the opposite actually. house is clearly the noun here abd cleaning the verb.

"Please do the housecleaning" would be a way better translation here!

May 2, 2018
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